Clubs At Snow

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Edgar Gomez, Haylie Miller, and Cheyenne Riding convince people to sign up for the Business Club at Club Rush. Club Rush was held last week to advertise the clubs of Snow College. Photo by Taylor Peterson

Edgar Gomez, Haylie Miller, and Cheyenne Riding convince people to sign up for the Business Club at Club Rush. Club Rush was held last week to advertise the clubs of Snow College. Photo by Taylor Peterson

Snow College has plenty of clubs to join, most of which were represented at Club Rush last week. Club Rush was held in the Greenwood Student Center where clubs set up booths to give students information about their activities.

Not only was the GSC filled with booths, there was also a table with free hotdogs. Nayeli Gonzalez, a Snow College student, said “It was fun getting a free hotdog, listening to the Jazz Club playing, and learning about all the clubs we have here”.

Attending Club Rush is easier than actually committing to joining a club. Many college students wonder if it is worth it to get involved with clubs or if it will just waste time at an already busy time in life.

According to collegestats.org, joining clubs helps students get a support system to help adjust to life on campus.  Other benefits of joining clubs include learning new skills, enhancing resumes, and personal growth. Students who join clubs that are focused on their careers also get an advantage when it comes to networking; students have an upper hand when they already have experience in their field and a supervisor to write them letters of recommendation.

For those who missed Club Rush, it’s not too late to join clubs. Any student wanting to join a club can check the wall in the Greenwood Student Center that has the names of all the club presidents. The presidents’ phone numbers are listed; feel free to contact them for more information.

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